How do you use a radio key removal?
They do not require that you apply outward force to unlatch the radio locking mechanism. Simply insert the proper tool and wait for the “notch” feel. Once you feel the notch, apply force away from the radio towards the rear of the vehicle to remove the radio from the dash.
Do I need to disconnect battery to change stereo?
To remove your car stereo, you will first need to disconnect your battery’s ground wire. This is the black wire connected to the battery under the hood of your car. It is dangerous to work on electrical components of a vehicle with this connected. Be careful, because there will be many wires attached to the back.
How do you remove an Alpine faceplate?
Press the faceplate release button, typically located in the corner of your Alpine stereo. Remove the faceplate from the stereo. Use a flat head screwdriver to carefully pry up the plastic bezel surrounding your stereo.
How do you remove a double DIN radio?
For Ford, Mercury or Lincoln vehicle: insert the Ford DIN removal keys into the holes at either side of the double-DIN stereo’s face. Push the tools into the unit until they lock into place. Pull outward on the tools while sliding the stereo from the dock.
How do you remove a factory fitted car stereo?
How to Remove a Factory Car Stereo
- Locate the screws that hold the dash plate in place. Then, use the appropriate screwdriver to remove them by turning them counterclockwise until they come out of the holes.
- Remove the stereo bolts.
- Put your hand behind the stereo and grasp the antenna wire.
- Disconnect the power.
What is a radio key?
Radio Key® 600 (RK600) is a fully-programmable, stand-alone access control system, that provides proximity or keypad (PIN) entry for up to 600 users, using either a PIN code or a card/key tag. When installed with the Auxiliary Reader, the Access Control Unit can be used as an exit reader and as an enrollment reader.